Burlington to Cooperstown: Along the Foliage Trail in 48 Hours - Part II

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Jul 28, 2008 / 1 comments

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Caribbean Volunteer Expeditions: a New Way to Vacation

Heritage trips: Getting started

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Jewish Education Program, Rothberg International School, Jewish University of Jerusalem

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Jul 26, 2008 / 0 comments

Always interested in new academic programs (especially those overseas), I recently sat down to talk with Dr. Janet F. Alperstein, Director, Office of Academic Affairs, Rothberg International School, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  Located in Jerusalem, the Rothberg International School has a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, and has been providing global education to students from all over the world for over 50 years!  We'll profile some of the Rothberg International School's academic programs over the next few days - they are extraordinary!

 

Community Leadership & Philanthropy Studies at the Rothberg International School, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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Jul 24, 2008 / 0 comments

Pappadums and Biryani Mix - Oh My!

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Burlington to Cooperstown: Along the Foliage Trail in 48 Hours - Part I

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Jul 24, 2008 / 4 comments

The 4th is long gone, but the rest of the summer still lies ahead of you like a sopping blanket. Hazy, hot and humid will be the rule, whether going through the day-to-day motions in the city, getting your melanoma on at the beach or slaving over the grill yet again. You’re starting to feel summer burnout, especially when the mercury continues to play with triple digits. Your mind drifts….to foliage season.

Pizza Making Workshop in Naples, Italy

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Jul 23, 2008 / 1 comments

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Cooking with Kids: The Around the World Cookbook

We have a 6-year old daughter, and she just loves to cook. I am always on the lookout for excellent kids cookbooks - ones that teach, besides having quality recipes. Too often, kids cookbooks contain recipes for food that just isn't healthy - promoting blue frosting, or coloring your macaroni and cheese red. YIKES!
 

Meet the Perfunctory Traveller

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Jul 22, 2008 / 2 comments

From this date, I will be writing a monthly personal essay in this blog. I intend to base every single piece on a fresh experience.

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